The Ultimate Guide to Getting Booked on Oprah: Super
Training Kit FAQ
1. Should I get the Super
training kit or just the training kit?
We recommend getting the
Super Training Kit. We found that people who got just
the training kit got calls from Oprah’s producers but
didn’t pass the phone audition. Others didn’t grasp how
to write a pitch letter that got the producers instant
attention. In the NEW Super Kit we’ve included plenty of
examples of pitch letters and more stories about how
ordinary people like you got on the show. We think that
this information is essential to helping you understand
and master the process.
OK, I'll get the
Susan, I'll get the $147 kit only.
2. Can you guarantee that
I'll get on Oprah if I buy The Ultimate Guide to Getting
Booked on Oprah?
There are no guarantees,
as it depends on you and how good you, and your pitch, and
your product or service are. In “The Ultimate Guide”
Susan tells you how to approach the producers and
package yourself in a way that is appropriate for the
Oprah show. After reading it you understand what's
involved and how to take the steps that insure your
success. The rest is up to you.
3. If I send or email Susan
my story, package, or information will she pass it on to
Oprah for me?
No. Please go to Oprah's
site to submit your story.
4. Should I buy The Ultimate
Guide to Getting Booked on Oprah: Super Training Kit if I
want to get on other top TV talk shows like the View, Good
Morning America, Montel etc.?
Yes. Susan discusses the
principles that you need to know before trying to get on
any top TV talk show. She takes you through all the
steps you need to know to get ready to pitch, call, or
contact the producers of shows of that caliber. She
gears her material to the Oprah show as that is the show
that most people aspire to.
5. I have an incredible
story I want to share, a non-profit or charity that can
benefit millions of people, a business that helps women in
a special way, should I buy the Super Kit?
Yes. “The Ultimate Guide”
Super Kit will help you create a segment or idea and
educate you on how the system works to get your ideas
heard and your important work known.
6. I need help from Oprah or
am in a desperate situation, should I buy this E-book?
No. “The Ultimate Guide”
is designed for skilled professionals who want to grow
their business and/or sell their books, products,
service or cause, and understand that the Oprah show has
the reach and prestige they are looking for. Most have
experience with the media already, and have an already
profitable and respected business and want to go to the
7. Once I get on Oprah do
you guarantee that my life will change, I'll make tons of
money and become famous?
No. Sometimes getting on
Oprah has great effect on someone's life and career and
other times it does little for fame or fortune. So much
depends on you and how you are positioned and how well
you do on the air in a highly pressure-driven
atmosphere. But either way you can say that you were on
Oprah! There's a lot to be said for that.
8. I've sent my story into
Oprah and no one has responded. Should I keep sending it?
Susan recommends that you
follow the guidelines in “The Ultimate Guide” for
submitting a pitch. A well-crafted pitch that is suited
to Oprah's show may get a response if it reaches the
right producer at the right time and if you are the
right person for the show. If it doesn't, Susan shares
techniques to help you work on your idea until it does.
9. Where can I get a list of
the direct phone numbers of the producers?
There only one place that
lists 19 out of the 33 numbers: http://us.cision.com. In
“The Ultimate Guide” Susan provides a list of
the current producers'
names and titles and the main number for the show. You
can call and leave a voice message for the appropriate
10. Can Susan give me the
name and phone number of the specific producer I can call?
11. Will Susan review my
website and help me write a pitch or make recommendations
on how I can get the attention of the producers?
No. Susan has put in all
the information she has in “The Ultimate Guide” Super
Kit to help you get on the Oprah Show. In paid personal
consultations Susan would help you create the right
angle or show segment. She doesn't call or pitch
producers directly. Her consultations begin at $2000.
To be considered as a
client, click here.
12. I don't have any money.
Can Susan consult with me for free?
Susan does Pro Bono work
for many socially responsible causes. Her pro bono
schedule is full and she can't take on any clients at
this time. There are plenty of free articles and audio
downloads on her site that you can have at no cost.
and utilize all the resources that Susan has made
available for no cost.
13. Will Susan respond to my
email questions about The Ultimate Guide to Getting Booked
on Oprah and/or help me?
Susan gets hundreds of
emails a day and can no longer respond personally to
those requests. She has done her best to answer all your
questions in this Super Kit or on her website where
there is a vast amount of information. We suggest you
sign up for her newsletter or other free resources she
offers by going to
14. Can I call or email
Susan's assistant Kelly to get her help, or to ask
questions I have about the information in the E-book?
Kelly also gets more
email than one human person can answer in a day.
Therefore we ask that you read The Ultimate Guide to
Getting Booked on Oprah E-book and all the materials in
the Super Kit thoroughly as most of the answers to your
questions are right there inside. To support your
process we've anticipated many of your questions and
have tried to answer them in follow-up emails. You'll
begin receiving these follow-up email tips to help you
become a guest on Oprah a few weeks after you've bought
the E-book. Enjoy.
15. What if I've been called
by Oprah's producers but didn't get on the show?
That means you didn't
pass the audition. The producers probably found someone
else who was better suited for their show. It could mean
that you weren't good enough to be on national TV as the
producers want guests who are natural, fascinating, and
media ready. They want guests who can speak in 10-20
second sound bites and who know their material like the
back of their hand.
In the Super Kit Susan has included products that teach
you how to pass the TV producer's audition (their call
Get Top TV Talk Show Producers to Book You as Their Guest,
take her Sound Bite System for Success™ CD series and online
class. You can also hire her for private media training. Note:
you must have a budget of at least $2000 to begin
private media coaching consultations with Susan.
16. I’ve never been on local
and/or national TV before—what do I need to know before
going on Oprah?
17. What if my computer
doesn’t have the ability to download PDF files?
All computers have this
ability if configured correctly. Once you’ve purchased
the E-book we give you the links to download Adobe
Acrobat so if you don’t have the program on your
computer already you can get it easily for free.
18. I’ve ordered The
Ultimate Guide to Getting Booked on Oprah E-book but
didn’t have time to download it and now I can’t access it.
For security purposes you
have 24 hours to download the PDF file. Once that time
is up you no longer have access to it.
Once you’ve purchased the E-book we suggest you download
it right away. You can begin reading it whenever you
choose. If the 24 hours has already passed send an email
and Kelly will send you the PDF file during normal
business hours, Monday through Friday, when she has an
opening in her schedule.
19. What if I find that it’s
just too much work to get on Oprah right now?
That’s O.K. You still
have a chance of getting on the show in the future if
you follow all of Susan’s advice and you have quality
material and ideas. You can start to build your platform
(your following) and get in the media so you can become
more well-known now by
And in a few years you may be ready to get on the number
one talk show in America. The important thing is not to
give up and keep doing good work in the world. We’re
cheering you on!